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Pink is for Blobfish: Discovering the World's Perfectly Pink Animals by Jess Keating, David DeGrand (2016)
Reviewed in the form of a comic strip by sarahhunt on October 14, 2016 tagged coffee table book • nonfiction • picture book • science
The Dyslexia Empowerment Plan: A Blueprint for Renewing Your Child’s Confidence and Love of Learning by Ben Foss (2013)
Reviewed by saracole on April 29, 2016 tagged nonfiction • science
Math on Trial: How Numbers Get Used and Abused in the Courtroom by Leila Schneps, Coralie Colmez (2013)
Reviewed by robert on April 29, 2016 tagged history • science
Spineless: Portraits of Marine Invertebrates, the Backbone of Life by Susan Middleton (2014)
Reviewed by dawnrutherford on January 8, 2016 tagged coffee table book • science
Vitamania: Our Obsessive Quest for Nutritional Perfection by Catherine Price (2015)
Reviewed by sarahhunt on December 18, 2015 tagged science
Reset Your Child's Brain: A Four-Week Plan to End Meltdowns, Raise Grades, and Boost Social Skills by Reversing the Effects of Electronic Screen-Time by Victoria L. Dunckley, MD (2015)
Reviewed in the form of a comic strip by saracole on November 27, 2015 tagged science
The Lady and Her Monsters: A Tale of Dissections, Real-Life Dr. Frankensteins, and the Creation of Mary Shelley's Masterpiece by Roseanne Montillo (2013)
Reviewed by robert on October 30, 2015 tagged biography • classic • science
Ancient Places: People and Landscape in the Emerging Northwest by Jack Nisbet (2015)
Reviewed by craigseasholes on October 2, 2015 tagged essays • history • science
The Deep: The Extraordinary Creatures of the Abyss by Claire Nouvian (2007)
Reviewed by emilyjones on September 18, 2015 tagged coffee table book • science
Come as You Are The Surprising New Science That Will Transform Your Sex Life by Emily Nagoski (2015)
Reviewed in the form of a comic strip by billba on July 24, 2015 tagged nonfiction • science
When Lunch Fights Back Wickedly Clever Animal Defenses by Rebecca L. Johnson (2014)
Reviewed by sarahhunt on June 12, 2015 tagged picture book • science
If... A Mind-Bending New Way of Looking at Big Ideas and Numbers by David J. Smith, Steve Adams (2014)
Reviewed by wally on June 12, 2015 tagged picture book • science
I, Fly The Buzz About Flies and How Awesome They Are by Bridget Heos, Jennifer Plecas (2015)
Reviewed by geneambaum on June 12, 2015 tagged picture book • science
Spare Parts Four Undocumented Teenagers, One Ugly Robot, and the Battle for the American Dream by Joshua Davis (2014)
Reviewed by emilyreads on May 29, 2015 tagged coming of age • science
The Tale of the Dueling Neurosurgeons The History of the Human Brain as Revealed by True Stories of Trauma, Madness, and Recovery by Sam Kean (2014)
Reviewed by sarahhunt on March 27, 2015 tagged science
A Journey Through The Digestive System With Max Axiom Super Scientist (Graphic Library) by Emily Sohn, Cynthia Martin, Barbara Schulz (2009)
Reviewed by geneambaum on March 13, 2015 tagged graphic novel • science • superhero
Frank Einstein and the Antimatter Motor by Jon Scieszka, Read by Jon Scieszka and Brian Biggs (2014)
Reviewed in the form of a comic strip by theo on January 23, 2015 tagged audiobook • coming of age • science • science fiction
No-Drama Discipline The Whole-Brain Way to Calm the Chaos and Nurture Your Child's Developing Mind by Daniel J. Siegel, Tina Payne Bryson (2014)
Reviewed in the form of a comic strip by saracole on January 16, 2015 tagged nonfiction • science
What If? Serious Scientific Answers to Absurd Hypothetical Questions by Randall Munroe (2014)
Reviewed by geneambaum on January 16, 2015 tagged humor • science
A Garden of Marvels How We Discovered That Flowers Have Sex, Leaves Eat Air, and Other Secrets of Plants by Ruth Kassinger (2014)
Reviewed by emilyreads on October 17, 2014 tagged science
A former brown thumb explores broad questions about plants that have puzzled scientists for centuries.
Deep Freediving, Renegade Science, and What the Ocean Tells Us about Ourselves by James Nestor (2014)
Reviewed by flemtastic on September 5, 2014 tagged nonfiction • science
An exploration of the origins, rules, and dangers of freediving.
The Violinist's Thumb And Other Lost Tales of Love, War, and Genius, as Written by Our Genetic Code by Sam Kean (2012)
Reviewed by emilyreads on August 22, 2014 tagged science
An engaging, comprehensive look at DNA.
How to Fake a Moon Landing exposing the myths of science denial by Darryl Cunningham (2013)
Reviewed by snow on July 18, 2014 tagged graphic novel • science
A cartoonist examines seven common scientific fallacies and corrects the record.
Working Stiff Two Years, 262 Bodies, and the Making of a Medical Examiner by Judy Melinek, T.J. Mitchell (2014)
Reviewed by flemtastic on May 9, 2014 tagged biography • science
A medical examiner explains the limits of forensic science, and tells of interesting dead bodies she’s seen.
The Boom How Fracking Ignited the American Energy Revolution and Changed the World by Russell Gold (2014)
Reviewed by flemtastic on May 2, 2014 tagged nonfiction • science
A detailed look at the benefits and consequences of the rapid growth of hydraulic fracking.
Art and Architecture of Insects by David M. Phillips (2014)
Reviewed by flemtastic on April 4, 2014 tagged coffee table book • nonfiction • science
Black and white micrographs taken with a scanning electron microscope show the art and architecture of insects.
What's Inside? See-Through Pages and Magic Surprises! by OKIDO (2013)
Reviewed by sarahhunt on February 28, 2014 tagged nonfiction • picture book • science
Hold the pages of this picture book up to the light to reveal the inner workings of the human body, a car, and more.
Deadly! The Truth About the Most Dangerous Creatures on Earth by Nicola Davies, Neal Layton (2013)
Reviewed by sarahhunt on December 20, 2013 tagged nonfiction • science
Electric eels. Exploding ants. Stabby falcons. Venomous jellyfish. Sharks won’t be scary anymore.
Why Is the Penis Shaped Like That? And Other Reflections on Being Human by Jesse Bering (2012)
Reviewed by sharonlevin on September 27, 2013 tagged nonfiction • science
The Initiates A Comic Artist and a Wine Artisan Exchange Jobs by Étienne Davodeau, Joe Johnson (2013)
Reviewed in the form of a comic strip by geneambaum on August 23, 2013 tagged art • graphic novel • nonfiction • science
The Inheritor's Powder A Tale of Arsenic, Murder, and the New Forensic Science by Sandra Hempel (2013)
Reviewed by flemtastic on August 16, 2013 tagged history • mystery • science
Invincible Microbe Tuberculosis and the Never-Ending Search for a Cure by Jim Murphy, Alison Blank (2012)
Reviewed by flemtastic on August 9, 2013 tagged history • science
Unusual Creatures A Mostly Accurate Account of Some of Earth's Strangest Animals by Michael Hearst, Arjen Noordeman, Christie Wright, Jelmer Noordeman (2012)
Reviewed by sarahhunt on August 2, 2013 tagged science
Do You Believe in Magic? The Sense and Nonsense of Alternative Medicine by Paul A. Offit (2013)
Reviewed by flemtastic on May 24, 2013 tagged science
An unapologetic look at alternative medicine from a scientific point of view.
Monsters of the Deep A 3-D Look at Ocean Creatures (Pop-Up Nature) by Claire Bampton (2008)
Reviewed by darcy on March 29, 2013 tagged picture book • science
Eye-popping, real creatures from the bottom of the ocean pop-up out of this book.
The Cow (Zig and Wikki) by Nadja Spiegelman, Trade Loeffler (2012)
Reviewed by geneambaum on February 15, 2013 tagged graphic novel • science • science fiction
An alien and a robot try to help the alien’s pet housefly. They return to earth and explore the inside of a cow.
Small and Tall Tales of Extinct Animals by Hélène Rajcak, Damien Laverdunt (2012)
Reviewed by sarahhunt on February 1, 2013 tagged science
Cool, illustrated facts about extinct animals, each depicted in a funny, true, sometimes sad comic.
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